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CHINA-MOBILE/XIAOMI-LAUNCH
RTX28BWN 
February 24, 2016 
Lei Jun, founder and CEO of China's mobile company Xiaomi, displays Xiaomi Mi 5 at its launch ceremony,... 
Beijing, China 
Lei Jun, founder and CEO of China's mobile company Xiaomi, displays Xiaomi Mi 5 at its launch ceremony... 
Lei Jun, founder and CEO of China's mobile company Xiaomi, displays Xiaomi Mi 5 at its launch ceremony, in Beijing, China, February 24, 2016. REUTERS/Jason Lee TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
BRITAIN-INTELLIGENCE/
RTX1T05O 
October 24, 2015 
Thames House, the headquarters of the British Security Service (MI5) is seen in London, Britain October... 
London, United Kingdom 
Thames House, the headquarters of the British Security Service (MI5) is seen in London 
Thames House, the headquarters of the British Security Service (MI5) is seen in London, Britain October 22, 2015. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls 
BRITAIN-INTELLIGENCE/
RTX1T05N 
October 24, 2015 
Thames House, the headquarters of the British Security Service (MI5) is seen in London, Britain October... 
London, United Kingdom 
Thames House, the headquarters of the British Security Service (MI5) is seen in London 
Thames House, the headquarters of the British Security Service (MI5) is seen in London, Britain October 22, 2015. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls 
BRITAIN-INTELLIGENCE/
RTX1T05M 
October 24, 2015 
Thames House, the headquarters of the British Security Service (MI5) is seen in London, Britain October... 
London, United Kingdom 
Thames House, the headquarters of the British Security Service (MI5) is seen in London 
Thames House, the headquarters of the British Security Service (MI5) is seen in London, Britain October 22, 2015. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls 
BRITAIN-INTELLIGENCE/
RTX1T05K 
October 24, 2015 
Thames House, the headquarters of the British Security Service (MI5) is seen in London, Britain October... 
London, United Kingdom 
Thames House, the headquarters of the British Security Service (MI5) is seen in London 
Thames House, the headquarters of the British Security Service (MI5) is seen in London, Britain October 22, 2015. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls 
BRITAIN-INTELLIGENCE/
RTX1T05J 
October 24, 2015 
Thames House, the headquarters of the British Security Service (MI5) is seen in London, Britain October... 
London, United Kingdom 
Thames House, the headquarters of the British Security Service (MI5) is seen in London 
Thames House, the headquarters of the British Security Service (MI5) is seen in London, Britain October 22, 2015. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls 
BRITAIN-INTELLIGENCE/SCANDAL
RTS5Q7G 
October 22, 2015 
Thames House, the headquarters of the British Security Service (MI5) is seen in London, Britain October... 
London, United Kingdom 
Thames House, the headquarters of the British Security Service (MI5) is seen in London 
Thames House, the headquarters of the British Security Service (MI5) is seen in London, Britain October 22, 2015. Have you heard the one about the lord, the gangster and the prime minister's wife? An old scandal from the 1960s re-emerges in lurid new detail from declassified British intelligence files featuring prominent politician Lord Boothby, his mistress, who was the wife of Prime Minister Harold Macmillan, and notorious racketeer Ronnie Kray. They reveal that Kray had procured Boothby with a young gay lover, that Kray and Boothby were both "hunters of young men" who had attended illicit parties together, and that Boothby's hidden life was causing concern at the top of the state. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls 
BRITAIN-INTELLIGENCE/SCANDAL
RTS5Q7E 
October 22, 2015 
Thames House, the headquarters of the British Security Service (MI5) is seen in London, Britain October... 
London, United Kingdom 
Thames House, the headquarters of the British Security Service (MI5) is seen in London 
Thames House, the headquarters of the British Security Service (MI5) is seen in London, Britain October 22, 2015. Have you heard the one about the lord, the gangster and the prime minister's wife? An old scandal from the 1960s re-emerges in lurid new detail from declassified British intelligence files featuring prominent politician Lord Boothby, his mistress, who was the wife of Prime Minister Harold Macmillan, and notorious racketeer Ronnie Kray. They reveal that Kray had procured Boothby with a young gay lover, that Kray and Boothby were both "hunters of young men" who had attended illicit parties together, and that Boothby's hidden life was causing concern at the top of the state. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls 
BRITAIN-INTELLIGENCE/SCANDAL
RTS5Q7D 
October 22, 2015 
Thames House, the headquarters of the British Security Service (MI5) is seen in London, Britain October... 
London, United Kingdom 
Thames House, the headquarters of the British Security Service (MI5) is seen in London 
Thames House, the headquarters of the British Security Service (MI5) is seen in London, Britain October 22, 2015. Have you heard the one about the lord, the gangster and the prime minister's wife? An old scandal from the 1960s re-emerges in lurid new detail from declassified British intelligence files featuring prominent politician Lord Boothby, his mistress, who was the wife of Prime Minister Harold Macmillan, and notorious racketeer Ronnie Kray. They reveal that Kray had procured Boothby with a young gay lover, that Kray and Boothby were both "hunters of young men" who had attended illicit parties together, and that Boothby's hidden life was causing concern at the top of the state. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls 
BRITAIN-INTELLIGENCE/SCANDAL
RTS5Q7C 
October 22, 2015 
Thames House, the headquarters of the British Security Service (MI5) is seen in London, Britain October... 
London, United Kingdom 
Thames House, the headquarters of the British Security Service (MI5) is seen in London 
Thames House, the headquarters of the British Security Service (MI5) is seen in London, Britain October 22, 2015. Have you heard the one about the lord, the gangster and the prime minister's wife? An old scandal from the 1960s re-emerges in lurid new detail from declassified British intelligence files featuring prominent politician Lord Boothby, his mistress, who was the wife of Prime Minister Harold Macmillan, and notorious racketeer Ronnie Kray. They reveal that Kray had procured Boothby with a young gay lover, that Kray and Boothby were both "hunters of young men" who had attended illicit parties together, and that Boothby's hidden life was causing concern at the top of the state. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls 
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTS33SW 
October 05, 2015 
Spain's goalkeeper Iker Casillas reacts during a news conference in Madrid, Spain, October 5, 2015. Casillas... 
Madrid, Spain 
Spain's goalkeeper Iker Casillas reacts during a news conference in Madrid 
Spain's goalkeeper Iker Casillas reacts during a news conference in Madrid, Spain, October 5, 2015. Casillas has sued Spain's largest nationalised bank Bankia after losing 480,000 euros ($537,936) through mis-sold shares, according to local media. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTS33SV 
October 05, 2015 
Spain's goalkeeper Iker Casillas gestures during a news conference in Madrid, Spain, October 5, 2015.... 
Madrid, Spain 
Spain's goalkeeper Iker Casillas gestures during a news conference in Madrid, Spain 
Spain's goalkeeper Iker Casillas gestures during a news conference in Madrid, Spain, October 5, 2015. Casillas has sued Spain's largest nationalised bank Bankia after losing 480,000 euros ($537,936) through mis-sold shares, according to local media. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTS33SK 
October 05, 2015 
Spain's goalkeeper Iker Casillas looks on during a news conference in Madrid, Spain, October 5, 2015.... 
Madrid, Spain 
Spain's goalkeeper Iker Casillas looks on during a news conference in Madrid 
Spain's goalkeeper Iker Casillas looks on during a news conference in Madrid, Spain, October 5, 2015. Casillas has sued Spain's largest nationalised bank Bankia after losing 480,000 euros ($537,936) through mis-sold shares, according to local media. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
SPAIN-ECONOMY/
RTS33S0 
October 05, 2015 
Spain's goalkeeper Iker Casillas (C) arrives for a news conference in Madrid, Spain, October 5, 2015.... 
Madrid, Spain 
Spain's goalkeeper Iker Casillas arrives for a news conference in Madrid 
Spain's goalkeeper Iker Casillas (C) arrives for a news conference in Madrid, Spain, October 5, 2015. Casillas has sued Spain's largest nationalised bank Bankia after losing 480,000 euros ($537,936) through mis-sold shares, according to local media. REUTERS/Susana Vera 
NEPAL-POLITICS/
RTX1HJ6L 
June 22, 2015 
Nepalese army personnel arrange the ammunition kept on display during the Inauguration ceremony of MI-17V-5... 
Kathmandu, Nepal 
Nepalese army personnel arrange the ammunition kept on display during the Inauguration ceremony of MI-17V-5... 
Nepalese army personnel arrange the ammunition kept on display during the Inauguration ceremony of MI-17V-5 Helicopters bought from Russia for the Nepal Army Air Wing in Kathmandu June 22, 2015. The two new helicopters are bought to assist the earthquake victims and in the case of emergencies like natural disasters and rescue operations in future. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
NEPAL-POLITICS/
RTX1HJ6E 
June 22, 2015 
A Nepalese army personnel walks past one of the two newly bought MI-17V-5 Helicopters from Russia for... 
Kathmandu, Nepal 
A Nepalese army personnel walks past one of the two newly bought MI-17V-5 Helicopters from Russia for... 
A Nepalese army personnel walks past one of the two newly bought MI-17V-5 Helicopters from Russia for the Nepal Army Air Wing in Kathmandu June 22, 2015. The two new helicopters are bought to assist the earthquake victims and in the case of emergencies like natural disasters and rescue operations in future. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
NEPAL-POLITICS/
RTX1HJ6D 
June 22, 2015 
Nepalese Army Chief Gaurav Shumsher Jung Bahadur Rana (C) arrives to take part in the Inauguration ceremony... 
Kathmandu, Nepal 
Nepalese Army Chief Gaurav Shumsher Jung Bahadur Rana arrives to take part in the Inauguration ceremony... 
Nepalese Army Chief Gaurav Shumsher Jung Bahadur Rana (C) arrives to take part in the Inauguration ceremony of MI-17V-5 Helicopters bought from Russia for the Nepal Army Air Wing in Kathmandu June 22, 2015. The two new helicopters are bought to assist the earthquake victims and in the case of emergencies like natural disasters and rescue operations in future. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
NEPAL-POLITICS/
RTX1HJ69 
June 22, 2015 
Nepal's Prime Minister Sushil Koirala (C) observes the newly bought MI-17V-5 Helicopters from Russia... 
Kathmandu, Nepal 
Nepal's Prime Minister Sushil Koirala observes the newly bought MI-17V-5 Helicopters from Russia for... 
Nepal's Prime Minister Sushil Koirala (C) observes the newly bought MI-17V-5 Helicopters from Russia for the Nepal Army Air Wing in Kathmandu June 22, 2015. The two new helicopters are bought to assist the earthquake victims and in the case of emergencies like natural disasters and rescue operations in future. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
NEPAL-POLITICS/
RTX1HJ67 
June 22, 2015 
Nepal's Prime Minister Sushil Koirala (R) shakes hands with the Ambassador of Russia to Nepal, Sergey... 
Kathmandu, Nepal 
Nepal's Prime Minister Sushil Koirala shakes hands with the Ambassador of Russia to Nepal, Sergey Vasilievich... 
Nepal's Prime Minister Sushil Koirala (R) shakes hands with the Ambassador of Russia to Nepal, Sergey Vasilievich Velichkin, upon his arrival during the Inauguration ceremony of MI-17V-5 Helicopters bought from Russia for the Nepal Army Air Wing in Kathmandu June 22, 2015. The two new helicopters are bought to assist the earthquake victims and in the case of emergencies like natural disasters and rescue operations in future. REUTERS/Navesh Chitrakar
USA-ELECTION/SANDERS
RTX1F51L 
June 04, 2015 
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, L, (I-VT) listens as Rep. John Conyers, R, (D-MI)... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Bernie Sanders and John Conyers speak about youth employment in Washington
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, L, (I-VT) listens as Rep. John Conyers, R, (D-MI) speak during their news conference to discuss the "Employ Young Americans Now Act," legislation which would "invest $5.5 billion to create job training programs in underserved communities" in Washington June 4, 2015. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
USA-ELECTION/SANDERS
RTX1F517 
June 04, 2015 
Rep. John Conyers, L, (D-MI) and Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, R, (I-VT) ... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Bernie Sanders and John Conyers speak about youth employment in Washington
Rep. John Conyers, L, (D-MI) and Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, R, (I-VT) arrive to hold a news conference at The HOPE Project to discuss the "Employ Young Americans Now Act," legislation which would "invest $5.5 billion to create job training programs in underserved communities" in Washington June 4, 2015. HOPE (Helping Other People Excel) helps students learn technology skills and find jobs in the IT field. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
CHINA-MOBILE/
RTX1BLPE 
May 05, 2015 
A model displays a newly launched Xiaomi Mi 4i phone in Hong Kong, China May 5, 2015. According to researcher... 
Hong Kong, China 
A model displays a newly launched Xiaomi Mi 4i phone in Hong Kong 
A model displays a newly launched Xiaomi Mi 4i phone in Hong Kong, China May 5, 2015. According to researcher Strategy Analytics, Chinese brand Xiaomi Inc topped the league table in the first quarter of 2015 in China's smartphone market, with 12.8 percent of the 110 million units shipped, followed closely by Apple Inc at 12.3 percent and Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, another Chinese player, at 10.2 percent. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
CHINA-MOBILE/
RTX1BLPC 
May 05, 2015 
Xiaomi's vice president of international operations Hugo Barra speaks during the launch of the Mi 4i... 
Hong Kong, China 
Barra speaks during the launch of the Mi 4i phone in Hong Kong 
Xiaomi's vice president of international operations Hugo Barra speaks during the launch of the Mi 4i phone in Hong Kong, China May 5, 2015. According to researcher Strategy Analytics, Chinese brand Xiaomi Inc topped the league table in the first quarter of 2015 in China's smartphone market, with 12.8 percent of the 110 million units shipped, followed closely by Apple Inc at 12.3 percent and Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, another Chinese player, at 10.2 percent. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
CHINA-MOBILE/
RTX1BLPA 
May 05, 2015 
Xiaomi's vice president of international operations Hugo Barra poses during the launch of the Mi 4i phone... 
Hong Kong, China 
Barra poses during the launch of the Mi 4i phone in Hong Kong 
Xiaomi's vice president of international operations Hugo Barra poses during the launch of the Mi 4i phone in Hong Kong, China May 5, 2015. According to researcher Strategy Analytics, Chinese brand Xiaomi Inc topped the league table in the first quarter of 2015 in China's smartphone market, with 12.8 percent of the 110 million units shipped, followed closely by Apple Inc at 12.3 percent and Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, another Chinese player, at 10.2 percent. REUTERS/Bobby Yip TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CHINA-MOBILE/
RTX1BLP9 
May 05, 2015 
A model poses for a selfie with the newly launched Xiaomi Mi 4i phone in Hong Kong, China May 5, 2015.... 
Hong Kong, China 
A model poses for a selfie with the newly launched Xiaomi Mi 4i phone in Hong Kong 
A model poses for a selfie with the newly launched Xiaomi Mi 4i phone in Hong Kong, China May 5, 2015. According to researcher Strategy Analytics, Chinese brand Xiaomi Inc topped the league table in the first quarter of 2015 in China's smartphone market, with 12.8 percent of the 110 million units shipped, followed closely by Apple Inc at 12.3 percent and Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, another Chinese player, at 10.2 percent. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
CHINA-MOBILE/
RTX1BLP6 
May 05, 2015 
A model poses for a selfie with the newly launched Xiaomi Mi 4i phone in Hong Kong, China May 5, 2015.... 
Hong Kong, China 
A model poses for a selfie with the newly launched Xiaomi Mi 4i phone in Hong Kong 
A model poses for a selfie with the newly launched Xiaomi Mi 4i phone in Hong Kong, China May 5, 2015. According to researcher Strategy Analytics, Chinese brand Xiaomi Inc topped the league table in the first quarter of 2015 in China's smartphone market, with 12.8 percent of the 110 million units shipped, followed closely by Apple Inc at 12.3 percent and Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, another Chinese player, at 10.2 percent. REUTERS/Bobby Yip 
RBS-RESULTS/
RTR4R7U1 
February 26, 2015 
A pedestrian is reflected in an advertising board as he walks past a branch of The Royal Bank of Scotland... 
London, United Kingdom 
A pedestrian is reflected in an advertising board as he walks past a branch of The Royal Bank of Scotland... 
A pedestrian is reflected in an advertising board as he walks past a branch of The Royal Bank of Scotland in central London February 25, 2015. Royal Bank of Scotland reported a 2014 loss of 3.5 billion pounds ($5.4 billion) on February 26, 2015, hit by a writedown on the value of its U.S. business Citizens and new charges relating to foreign exchange investigations and mis-selling. Photograph taken February 25, 2015. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS) 
RBS-RESULTS/
RTR4R7TC 
February 26, 2015 
A pedestrian is reflected in an advertising board as he walks past a branch of The Royal Bank of Scotland... 
London, United Kingdom 
A pedestrian is reflected in an advertising board as he walks past a branch of The Royal Bank of Scotland... 
A pedestrian is reflected in an advertising board as he walks past a branch of The Royal Bank of Scotland in central London February 25, 2015. Royal Bank of Scotland reported a 2014 loss of 3.5 billion pounds ($5.4 billion) on February 26, 2015, hit by a writedown on the value of its U.S. business Citizens and new charges relating to foreign exchange investigations and mis-selling. Photograph taken February 25, 2015. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS) 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/USA
RTR4OEL0 
February 05, 2015 
Ukraine Parliament members, Tetiana Ostrikova (L-R) of the Union Samopomich party and Oleksii Honcharenko... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Ukraine Parliament and US Congress members hold a news conference on arming Ukraine fighters against... 
Ukraine Parliament members, Tetiana Ostrikova (L-R) of the Union Samopomich party and Oleksii Honcharenko of the Petro Poroshenko Bloc party, join U.S. Representative Sander Levin (D-MI) and Representative Mike Fitzpatrick (R-PA) at a news conference to discuss arming Ukrainians against Russia, on Capitol Hill in Washington, February 5, 2015. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) 
LLOYDS-RESULTS/MIS-SELLING
RTR4BV69 
October 28, 2014 
A malfunctioning ATM is seen outside a branch of Lloyds Bank in central London October 28, 2014. Britain's... 
London, United Kingdom 
A malfunctioning ATM is seen outside a branch of Lloyds Bank in central London 
A malfunctioning ATM is seen outside a branch of Lloyds Bank in central London October 28, 2014. Britain's Lloyds Banking Group has taken another 900 million pound ($1.5 billion) charge to compensate customers mis-sold loan insurance, delivering a further blow to the bank which only narrowly passed a European health check. Lloyds confirmed its previously reported plan to axe 9,000 jobs in the next three years and to close 200 branches. That will be partly offset by the opening of 50 new branches. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS) 
LLOYDS-RESULTS/MIS-SELLING
RTR4BV65 
October 28, 2014 
Signs are seen outside a branch of Lloyds Bank in central London October 28, 2014. Britain's Lloyds Banking... 
London, United Kingdom 
Signs are seen outside a branch of Lloyds Bank in central London 
Signs are seen outside a branch of Lloyds Bank in central London October 28, 2014. Britain's Lloyds Banking Group has taken another 900 million pound ($1.5 billion) charge to compensate customers mis-sold loan insurance, delivering a further blow to the bank which only narrowly passed a European health check. Lloyds confirmed its previously reported plan to axe 9,000 jobs in the next three years and to close 200 branches. That will be partly offset by the opening of 50 new branches. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS) 
LLOYDS-RESULTS/MIS-SELLING
RTR4BUTX 
October 28, 2014 
A sign is seen outside a branch of Lloyds Bank in central London October 28, 2014. Britain's Lloyds Banking... 
London, United Kingdom 
A sign is seen outside a branch of Lloyds Bank in central London 
A sign is seen outside a branch of Lloyds Bank in central London October 28, 2014. Britain's Lloyds Banking Group has taken another 900 million pound ($1.5 billion) charge to compensate customers mis-sold loan insurance, delivering a further blow to the bank which only narrowly passed a European health check. Lloyds confirmed its previously reported plan to axe 9,000 jobs in the next three years and to close 200 branches. That will be partly offset by the opening of 50 new branches. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS) 
LLOYDS-RESULTS/MIS-SELLING
RTR4BUSL 
October 28, 2014 
A man uses an ATM outside a branch of Lloyds Bank in central London October 28, 2014. Britain's Lloyds... 
London, United Kingdom 
A man uses an ATM outside a branch of Lloyds Bank in central London 
A man uses an ATM outside a branch of Lloyds Bank in central London October 28, 2014. Britain's Lloyds Banking Group has taken another 900 million pound ($1.5 billion) charge to compensate customers mis-sold loan insurance, delivering a further blow to the bank which only narrowly passed a European health check. Lloyds confirmed its previously reported plan to axe 9,000 jobs in the next three years and to close 200 branches. That will be partly offset by the opening of 50 new branches. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
LLOYDS-RESULTS/MIS-SELLING
RTR4BUS5 
October 28, 2014 
A sign is seen outside a branch of Lloyds Bank in central London October 28, 2014. Britain's Lloyds Banking... 
London, United Kingdom 
A sign is seen outside a branch of Lloyds Bank in central London 
A sign is seen outside a branch of Lloyds Bank in central London October 28, 2014. Britain's Lloyds Banking Group has taken another 900 million pound ($1.5 billion) charge to compensate customers mis-sold loan insurance, delivering a further blow to the bank which only narrowly passed a European health check. Lloyds confirmed its previously reported plan to axe 9,000 jobs in the next three years and to close 200 branches. That will be partly offset by the opening of 50 new branches. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS) 
LLOYDS-RESULTS/MIS-SELLING
RTR4BURP 
October 28, 2014 
A sign is seen outside a branch of Lloyds Bank in central London October 28, 2014. Britain's Lloyds Banking... 
London, United Kingdom 
A sign is seen outside a branch of Lloyds Bank in central London 
A sign is seen outside a branch of Lloyds Bank in central London October 28, 2014. Britain's Lloyds Banking Group has taken another 900 million pound ($1.5 billion) charge to compensate customers mis-sold loan insurance, delivering a further blow to the bank which only narrowly passed a European health check. Lloyds confirmed its previously reported plan to axe 9,000 jobs in the next three years and to close 200 branches. That will be partly offset by the opening of 50 new branches. REUTERS/Andrew Winning (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS) 
GAMES-ASIAN/
RTR48I56 
October 01, 2014 
North Korea's Kim Yun Mi holds a national flag as Japan's Kana Osafune (5) and Rie Usui walk past her... 
Incheon, South Korea 
North Korea's Kim holds national flag as Japan's Kana Osafune and Rie Usui walk past her after their... 
North Korea's Kim Yun Mi holds a national flag as Japan's Kana Osafune (5) and Rie Usui walk past her after their women's final soccer match at the Munhak Stadium during the 17th Asian Games in Incheon October 1, 2014.
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER) 
SPAIN/
RTR3X8OZ 
July 05, 2014 
An anti-bullfighting protester wearing skull make-up and a traditional red scarf takes part in a demonstration... 
Pamplona, Spain 
An anti-bullfighting protester wearing skull make-up and a traditional red scarf takes part in a demonstration... 
An anti-bullfighting protester wearing skull make-up and a traditional red scarf takes part in a demonstration in front of Pamplona town hall July 5, 2014. The annual San Fermin festival, famous for the running of the bulls event, starts on Sunday with the Chupinazo and finishes with the Pobre De Mi (Poor Me) ceremony at midnight on July 14. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
SPAIN/
RTR3X8OQ 
July 05, 2014 
Anti-bullfighting protesters wearing skull make-up and traditional red scarves hold up signs that read,... 
Pamplona, Spain 
Anti-bullfighting protesters wearing skull make-up and traditional red scarves hold up signs that read,... 
Anti-bullfighting protesters wearing skull make-up and traditional red scarves hold up signs that read, "You Run. Bulls Die", during a demonstration in front of Pamplona town hall July 5, 2014. The annual San Fermin festival, famous for the running of the bulls event, starts on Sunday with the Chupinazo and finishes with the Pobre De Mi (Poor Me) ceremony at midnight on July 14. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY ANIMALS) 
SPAIN/
RTR3X8O4 
July 05, 2014 
Anti-bullfighting protesters wearing skull make-up and traditional red scarves take part in a demonstration... 
Pamplona, Spain 
Anti-bullfighting protesters wearing skull make-up and traditional red scarves take part in a demonstration... 
Anti-bullfighting protesters wearing skull make-up and traditional red scarves take part in a demonstration in front of Pamplona town hall July 5, 2014. The annual San Fermin festival, famous for the running of the bulls event, starts on Sunday with the Chupinazo and finishes with the Pobre De Mi (Poor Me) ceremony at midnight on July 14. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY ANIMALS) 
SPAIN/
RTR3X8NU 
July 05, 2014 
Anti-bullfighting protesters wearing skull make-up and traditional red scarves take part in a demonstration... 
Pamplona, Spain 
Anti-bullfighting protesters wearing skull make-up and traditional red scarves take part in a demonstration... 
Anti-bullfighting protesters wearing skull make-up and traditional red scarves take part in a demonstration in front of Pamplona town hall July 5, 2014. The annual San Fermin festival, famous for the running of the bulls event, starts on Sunday with the Chupinazo and finishes with the Pobre De Mi (Poor Me) ceremony at midnight on July 14. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST ANIMALS SOCIETY) 
SPAIN/
RTR3X8NI 
July 05, 2014 
An anti-bullfighting protester wearing skull make-up and a traditional red scarf takes part in a demonstration... 
Pamplona, Spain 
An anti-bullfighting protester wearing skull make-up and a traditional red scarf takes part in a demonstration... 
An anti-bullfighting protester wearing skull make-up and a traditional red scarf takes part in a demonstration in front of Pamplona town hall July 5, 2014. The annual San Fermin festival, famous for the running of the bulls event, starts on Sunday with the Chupinazo and finishes with the Pobre De Mi (Poor Me) ceremony at midnight on July 14. REUTERS/Vincent West (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY ANIMALS) 
SPAIN/
RTR3X8N9 
July 05, 2014 
Anti-bullfighting protesters wearing skull make up and traditional red scarves hold up signs that read,... 
Pamplona, Spain 
Anti-bullfighting protesters wearing skull make up and traditional red scarves hold up signs that read,... 
Anti-bullfighting protesters wearing skull make up and traditional red scarves hold up signs that read, "You Run. Bulls Die", during a demonstration in front of Pamplona town hall July 5 2014. The San Fermin festival, famous for the running of the bulls event, starts on Sunday with the Chupinazo and finishes with the Pobre De Mi (Poor Me) ceremony at midnight on July 14. REUTERS/Eloy Alonso(SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY ANIMALS) 
SPAIN/
RTR3X8MW 
July 05, 2014 
Anti-bullfighting protesters wearing skull make-up and traditional red scarves hold up signs that read,... 
Pamplona, Spain 
Anti-bullfighting protesters wearing skull make-up and traditional red scarves hold up signs that read,... 
Anti-bullfighting protesters wearing skull make-up and traditional red scarves hold up signs that read, "You Run. Bulls Die", during a demonstration in front of Pamplona town hall July 5, 2014. The annual San Fermin festival, famous for the running of the bulls event, starts on Sunday with the Chupinazo and finishes with the Pobre De Mi (Poor Me) ceremony at midnight on July 14. REUTERS/Eloy Alonso (SPAIN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY ANIMALS) 
SPAIN-BULLS/
RTR3X891 
July 05, 2014 
An anti-bullfighting protester wearing horns and fake blood takes part in a demonstration in front of... 
Pamplona, Spain 
An anti-bullfighting protester wearing horns and fake blood takes part in a demonstration in front of... 
An anti-bullfighting protester wearing horns and fake blood takes part in a demonstration in front of Pamplona town hall July 5, 2014. The annual San Fermin festival, famous for the running of the bulls event, starts on Sunday with the Chupinazo and finishes with the Pobre De Mi (Poor Me) ceremony at midnight on July 14. REUTERS/Eloy Alonso (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST) 
SPAIN-BULLS/
RTR3X88U 
July 05, 2014 
A protester wearing skeleton makeup and a traditional red scarf leans against a door following an anti-bullfighting... 
Pamplona, Spain 
A protester wearing skeleton makeup and a traditional red scarf leans against a door following an anti-bullfighting... 
A protester wearing skeleton makeup and a traditional red scarf leans against a door following an anti-bullfighting demonstration in front of Pamplona town hall July 5, 2014. The annual San Fermin festival, famous for the running of the bulls event, starts on Sunday with the Chupinazo and finishes with the Pobre De Mi (Poor Me) ceremony at midnight on July 14. REUTERS/Eloy Alonso (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST) 
SPAIN-BULLS/
RTR3X88T 
July 05, 2014 
A protester wearing skeleton makeup and a traditional red scarf drinks following an anti-bullfighting... 
Pamplona, Spain 
A protester wearing skeleton makeup and a traditional red scarf drinks following an anti-bullfighting... 
A protester wearing skeleton makeup and a traditional red scarf drinks following an anti-bullfighting demonstration in front of Pamplona town hall July 5, 2014. The annual San Fermin festival, famous for the running of the bulls event, starts on Sunday with the Chupinazo and finishes with the Pobre De Mi (Poor Me) ceremony at midnight on July 14. REUTERS/Eloy Alonso (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST) 
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July 05, 2014 
A protester wearing skeleton makeup and a traditional red scarf leans against a door following an anti-bullfighting... 
Pamplona, Spain 
A protester wearing skeleton makeup and a traditional red scarf leans against a door following an anti-bullfighting... 
A protester wearing skeleton makeup and a traditional red scarf leans against a door following an anti-bullfighting demonstration in front of Pamplona town hall July 5, 2014. The annual San Fermin festival, famous for the running of the bulls event, starts on Sunday with the Chupinazo and finishes with the Pobre De Mi (Poor Me) ceremony at midnight on July 14. REUTERS/Eloy Alonso (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST) 
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July 05, 2014 
Protesters wearing skeleton makeup and traditional red scarves stand near a fellow protester wearing... 
Pamplona, Spain 
Protesters are pictured following an anti-bullfighting demonstration in front of Pamplona town hall 
Protesters wearing skeleton makeup and traditional red scarves stand near a fellow protester wearing horns following an anti-bullfighting demonstration in front of Pamplona town hall July 5, 2014. The annual San Fermin festival, famous for the running of the bulls event, starts on Sunday with the Chupinazo and finishes with the Pobre De Mi (Poor Me) ceremony at midnight on July 14. REUTERS/Eloy Alonso (SPAIN - Tags: SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST) 
USA-CHINA/TRADE
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May 23, 2014 
U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman (R) watches Rep. Sandy Levin (D-MI) (L) and Sen. Debbie Stabenow... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Rep. Levin and Sen. Stabenow shake hands as they depart a news conference about a WTO ruling in a dispute... 
U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman (R) watches Rep. Sandy Levin (D-MI) (L) and Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-MI) shake hands as they depart a news conference about a World Trade Organization ruling in a dispute with China at the USTR office in Washington May 23, 2014. The United States has won a trade dispute with China over duties slapped on U.S. auto imports, the World Trade Organization said on Friday. China in 2011 started levying punitive duties on sedans and sport-utility vehicles (SUV) with engines of 2.5 liters and above that were imported from the United States, in retaliation for U.S. trade policies. The duties have since expired. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS TRANSPORT) 
USA-CHINA/TRADE
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May 23, 2014 
U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman speaks at the USTR in Washington May 23, 2014. Flanking Forman... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
USTR Froman speaks about China in Washington 
U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman speaks at the USTR in Washington May 23, 2014. Flanking Forman are Rep. Sandy Levin (D-MI) (L) and Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-MI). The United States has won a trade dispute with China over duties slapped on U.S. auto imports, the World Trade Organization said on Friday. China in 2011 started levying punitive duties on sedans and sport-utility vehicles (SUV) with engines of 2.5 liters and above that were imported from the United States, in retaliation for U.S. trade policies. The duties have since expired.

REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS TRANSPORT) 
RUSSIA/
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August 28, 2013 
A visitor watches a Mi-17 V-5 helicopter during a demonstration flight at the MAKS International Aviation... 
Moscow, Russia 
A visitor watches a Mi-17 V-5 helicopter during a demonstration flight at the MAKS International Aviation... 
A visitor watches a Mi-17 V-5 helicopter during a demonstration flight at the MAKS International Aviation and Space Salon in Zhukovsky outside Moscow August 28, 2013. REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov (RUSSIA - Tags: MILITARY TRANSPORT BUSINESS) 
TRAVEL-ICELAND/GOLF
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June 18, 2013 
Volcanic rocks are seen at the Golfklubberinn Oddur golf course, near Rekyavik June 5, 2013. The lava... 
REKYAVIK, Iceland 
Volcanic rocks are seen at the Golfklubberinn Oddur golf course near Rekyavik 
Volcanic rocks are seen at the Golfklubberinn Oddur golf course, near Rekyavik June 5, 2013. The lava beds dominate the rough on many courses, and the beds are filled with crevices that swallow mis-hit golf balls. About 10 percent of Iceland's population plays golf - a higher rate than the United States or Britain - making it the country's second most popular sport, after soccer. In contrast to America and Britain, golf club membership in Iceland is still growing, albeit more slowly than before the country's banking bubble burst five years ago. Picture taken June 5, 2013. REUTERS/Paul Ingrassia (ICELAND - Tags: SPORT GOLF SOCIETY TRAVEL) 
USA/
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March 05, 2013 
U.S. Marine Corps General James Mattis (L) shakes hands with the chairman of the Senate Armed Services... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
U.S. Marine Corps General Mattis shakes hands with committee chairman Senator Levin before hearings at... 
U.S. Marine Corps General James Mattis (L) shakes hands with the chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee Senator Carl Levin (D-MI) (R) before hearings on the Defense Authorization Request for fiscal year 2014, in Washington March 5, 2013.REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS) 
USA/
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March 05, 2013 
Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee Senator Carl Levin (D-MI) confers with committee member... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Senators Levin and McCain confer at the Senate Armed Services Committee in Washington 
Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee Senator Carl Levin (D-MI) confers with committee member Senator John McCain (R-AZ) (L) in Washington March 5, 2013, during hearings on the Defense Authorization Request for fiscal year 2014. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS) 
USA/
RTR3ELSY 
March 05, 2013 
Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee Senator Carl Levin (D-MI) (C) confers with committee... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Senators Levin, Ayotte and Fischer confer at the Senate Armed Services Committee in Washington 
Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee Senator Carl Levin (D-MI) (C) confers with committee members Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) (L) and Sen. Deb Fischer (R-NE), in Washington March 5, 2013, during hearings on the Defense Authorization Request for fiscal year 2014. REUTERS/Gary Cameron (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY POLITICS) 
INDIA/
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February 22, 2013 
Indian Air Force's MI-17 V5 helicopter is illuminated by search lights from a MI-17 chopper during the... 
Pokhran, India 
Indian Air Force's MI-17 V5 helicopter is illuminated by search lights from MI-17 chopper during Indian... 
Indian Air Force's MI-17 V5 helicopter is illuminated by search lights from a MI-17 chopper during the Indian Air Force (IAF) fire power demonstration exercise "Iron Fist 2013" in Pokhran, Rajasthan February 22, 2013. The IAF displayed its operational capabilities during the exercise. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi (INDIA - Tags: MILITARY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY TRANSPORT) 
BRITAIN-PPI/
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January 13, 2013 
Craig Lowther, founder of Money Boomerang, poses for a portrait following an interview in Manchester... 
Manchester, United Kingdom 
Craig Lowther, founder of Money Boomerang, poses for a portrait following an interview in Manchester 
Craig Lowther, founder of Money Boomerang, poses for a portrait following an interview in Manchester northern England December 5, 2012. Facing a huge backlog of claims from the biggest mis-selling scandal in British banking history, the country's lenders are beginning to turn to claims firms for help themselves, instead of treating them as enemies. Picture taken December 5, 2012. To match Insight BRITAIN-PPI/ REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS) 
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January 13, 2013 
Craig Lowther, founder of Money Boomerang, poses for a portrait following an interview in Manchester... 
Manchester, United Kingdom 
Craig Lowther, founder of Money Boomerang, poses for a portrait following an interview in Manchester 
Craig Lowther, founder of Money Boomerang, poses for a portrait following an interview in Manchester northern England December 5, 2012. Facing a huge backlog of claims from the biggest mis-selling scandal in British banking history, the country's lenders are beginning to turn to claims firms for help themselves, instead of treating them as enemies. Picture taken December 5, 2012. REUTERS/Phil Noble (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS) 
BRITAIN-FSA/WHEATLEY
RTR37IAG 
September 05, 2012 
Financial consumer champion Martin Lewis speaks at the Thomson Reuters building in Canary Wharf, London,... 
London, United Kingdom 
Financial consumer champion Lewis speaks at Thomson Reuters building in London 
Financial consumer champion Martin Lewis speaks at the Thomson Reuters building in Canary Wharf, London, September 5, 2012. Britain's banks have 18 months to stamp out incentives that encourage the mis-selling of financial products or face "intrusive" action, the Financial Services Authority said on Wednesday. UK banks have been hit by a string of scandals in the last 20 years for inappropriate selling of products, such as insurance, home loans and pensions, to customers who often did not need them. Compensation for mis-sold loan insurance alone will cost the banks 9 billion pounds. Martin Wheatley, the FSA's managing director, told a Thomson Reuters Newsmaker event it was time to tackle incentives for sales staff as banks were no longer serving customers properly. REUTERS/Simon Newman (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS) 
BRITAIN-FSA/WHEATLEY
RTR37IAD 
September 05, 2012 
Martin Wheatley, the FSA's managing director, speaks at the Thomson Reuters building in Canary Wharf,... 
London, United Kingdom 
Wheatley FSA's managing director speaks at Thomson Reuters building in London 
Martin Wheatley, the FSA's managing director, speaks at the Thomson Reuters building in Canary Wharf, London, September 5, 2012. Britain's banks have 18 months to stamp out incentives that encourage the mis-selling of financial products or face "intrusive" action, the Financial Services Authority said on Wednesday. UK banks have been hit by a string of scandals in the last 20 years for inappropriate selling of products, such as insurance, home loans and pensions, to customers who often did not need them. Compensation for mis-sold loan insurance alone will cost the banks 9 billion pounds. Martin Wheatley, the FSA's managing director, told a Thomson Reuters Newsmaker event it was time to tackle incentives for sales staff as banks were no longer serving customers properly. REUTERS/Simon Newman (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS) 
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